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The Padded Wipe Case Cover design and photos were provided by Jessie Mitchell. Credit where credit is due! Many thanks to Jessie for helping to enlarge our collection of FREE bow instructions.


One – Wipes case
One  – 8 x 5 piece of batting; you can stretch it if it’s too small or flatten it if it’s too big
One  – 10 x 12 piece of material
1.5 – 2 yards of ribbon


Step-by-Step Instructions


Assemble materials.
Glue the batting to the  top of the case.
Take the piece of fabric, slightly folding the edges under to create a clean edge, and start attaching it to the middle of the case.  Glue it down in small sections.

Note: I always start on the top of the case

Continue all the way to the edges and wrap the edges around the case. Do the top 2 sides.
Bring the fabric around the back edge to the other side of the case. Slightly folding the fabric to create a clean edge again, start gluing along the bottom. Pull tightly as you go. Do this all the way across the top and then do the bottom 2 sides.
When you get to the sides, slightly fold then and pull down tightly, you will do the first part by the front of the case do the top and bottom, then open the case and make sure the fabric is folded all the way around  then finish gluing around the sides. You will glue to the back rounded part of the case but don't glue the fabric to the actual back part where the hinge is.
Finished sides
Another finished view
Case when fully glued.  


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